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» WGN Recruitment Open Evening

Women and Girls Network (WGN) is holding a recruitment open evening (between 5-8pm) on Tuesday 29th January – which is for a variety of employment, freelance and volunteer opportunities (now and in the near future).

» JOB: Community and Maternity Champion Project Worker

Part time - £21,002.00 per annum pro rata (actual pay £9,901.32 per annum) 16.5 hours per week. Paddington Development Trust runs a Community and Maternity Champion project in Mozart Ward in partnership with Bi-borough Public Health.

» Volunteering opportunity for Peer Mentors

Opportunities for Peer Mentor Volunteers in Westminster Floating Support Team for those with lived experience of mental health and or drug addiction and or homelessness and or involvement in the criminal justice system.

» JOB: Peer Empowerment Project Coordinator at EWEG (part time)

Ethiopian Women's Empowerment Group (EWEG) has an exciting role for anyone that has experience with working with BAMER (Black Minority Ethnic and Refugee) women.to coordinate the peer empowerment project and deliver the services.

» JOB: Navigator (Sexual Violence Services) - Women and Girls Network

Navigator (Sexual Violence Services) (Female Applicants Only) £25,500-£27,500 per annum, 35 hours per week (full-time) Fixed-Term until March 2020. This post is based in Ealing (and includes travel across London).

» Advice & Helpline Volunteers (Female applicants only)

Women and Girls Network is seeking Advice & Helplines Volunteers (AHV) who will thrive in a multi-cultural feminist environment. In this unique role, you will act as the first point of contact; providing advice & support for women, girls and professionals who call the Advice Line and Helpline.

» Fundraising role - P/T 4 hrs per week

LEGS Physiotherapy are looking to recruit a self-employed, part time (4 hours a week, term time only) experienced fundraiser

» Various job vacancies (London Funders)

Various positions advertised for Guys & St Thomas, London Sport, London Funders, London Community Foundation, City Bridge trust, NPC & more.

» Arabic Speaking Counsellor position

Community Living Well – Mother Tongue Counselling (Arabic & Farsi) have a vacancy for a Part Time (3 Days per week) Arabic Speaking Counsellor position as part of the Mother Tongue Counselling Service provided by Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster Mind.

» Service user and carer mental health involvement opportunity in London (volunteering)

An exciting opportunity for mental health service users and carers to shape London mental health services. The Advocacy Project are working with NHS England and the Healthy London Partnership to recruit people with experience of mental health issues (either as individuals or carers) to shape and influence a London-wide mental health programme called the Adult Mental Health Transformation Programme.

» Volunteer to raise awareness of bowel cancer

Bowel Cancer UK are looking for people across London and the UK to become Community Champions- to help raise awareness of bowel cancer in their local communities. If you are passionate about reducing the risk of cancer in your community, why not become one of our Champions and give short talks about the bowel cancer to groups around you who need this information.

» Women & Girls Network are recruiting for five positions (Female Applicants Only)

Therapeutic Services Coordinator / Specialist Counsellors / Clinical Services Delivery Manager / Administrator / Research, Monitoring and Information Officer

» Volunteer as a cervical cancer community champion

Can you help us save lives? Jostrust.org.uk are looking for volunteers to help prevent cervical cancer by speaking to women in their communities about smear tests! Please take a look at the leaflet attached or apply online via: https://www.jostrust.org.uk/community

» Volunteer Gardeners x2 needed for Urban Gardening Project

Location: The Abbey Centre, 34 Great Smith Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3BU. Purpose: To encourage local community people particularly vulnerable members to participate in Gardening Club to grow vegetables, herbs and flowers as a means to promote their wellbeing and social connections.